Top 10 WORST Superhero Movies

I did a best, so I might as well do a worst...BTW, "So Bad, They're Good" movies won't be on this list. I'll be making a separate list for them. So if there is something really bad that missed this list, check that list for it.

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  • As a major Poison Ivy and Bane fan, THIS FILM IS AN UNHOLY ABOMINATION OF ASSNESS!!! THE DIALOGUE IS ATROCIOUS, THE SETS ARE OVER THE TOP!! GEORGE CLOONEY IS JUST PLAYING HIMSELF IN A GIANT GODDAMN RUBBER SUIT!!! POISON IVY IS TURNED FROM A INTERESTING BADASS ANTI-HERO ECO TERRORIST TO A COMPLETELY EVIL, NARCISSISTIC, ANNOYING WHORE!! BANE IS TURNED FROM AN INTELLIGENT, HONOR BOUND WARRIOR TO A GIANT GREEN RETARD MONSTER!!! THE FIGHT SCENES LOOK LIKE SOMETHING OUT OF A SIX FLAGS SHOW!!! ERAGHHHHHH!!!! THE ONLY WAY THIS COULD BE WORSE IS IF PAUL DINI AND ROB LIEFIELD WORKED ON THE SCRIPT, THAT'S HOW BAD IT IS!!!...Thank you.

  • Let's see: Shameful ripoff of X-Men=Check. Annoying as crap characters who are bastardized ripoffs of actual comic book characters like Poison Ivy and Magneto=Check. Awful dialogue=Check. Humor that actually makes me miss the "genius" of Mr Plinkett and Jeremy Jahns=Check. Eye-rapingly colorful and annoying sets and cinematography=Check. Unoriginal plot and script that has been done before, and far better=Check. And that's how Disney made the 2nd worst superhero movie ever! The only upsides are that Warren Peace and Will Stronghold are actually good characters, who are actually pretty well acted.

  • I honestly don't think this film get's enough hate, it was the biggest disappointment I've seen since The Devil Inside. They screwed up Ghost Rider's backstory, Nicolas Cage phones in an extremely underacted performance, Peter Fonda delivers a Razzie worthy performance as Mephisto (Who looks less like a demonic champion of evil and more like somebody needs to take him to the damn retirement home already...Which is where Fonda belongs after accepting to be in this movie) The fight scenes are unbelievably boring, the dialogue is forced and insanely cheesy, the effects are pretty lame. A total disgrace to one of my all-time favorite characters in comics. Here's hoping we get a reboot, or something.

  • Jesus Christ, what a missed opportunity. So much could have been done with this movie, but it all went to hell. Tobey and Kirsten must have had a fight before shooting or something, because all of the chemistry from the first 2 films is gone. Eddie Brock is completely ruined and made out to look like a dick, which is a really unfair move by Raimi. Just because YOU hate the character doesn't mean everybody else does. Parker's transition into darkness could have been memorable as Anakin's, which I absolutley loved in the prequels...Instead, we get Peter just acting like Pauly Shore for the whole movie, even without the symbiote. Terrible film, Brock and Parker deserve better.

  • Yes, the Captain America where Steve has those rubber ears. I completley disagree with Nostalgia Critic that Captain America sucks as a comic book character, and I love his costume too, but by God did this bastardize one of Marvel's greatest creations. Steve's origins are completley ruined and appear as if they were re-imagined and retold by a 5 year old. Red Skull's personality, origins and costume were probably created by that same toddler. Captain America hardly even fights anyone in the whole movie, and when he does, it's Batman & Robin levels of bad.

  • Normally, I would put this in the "so bad, it's good" category, but since Ghost Rider is one of my favorite characters, it doesn't even reach that. The cinematography is laughably bad, the camera man must have been drunk on cough syrup or something. Nicolas Cage, who looked like he was asleep in the first Ghost Rider, looks like he's on a crack rage in this one. It's even worse than The Wicker Man. Worst of all, the only saving graces of the first film (Eva Mendes, Wes Bentley and Sam Elliot) are not only gotten rid of, but hardly mentioned. This would be higher if it wasn't so unintentionally funny. ("Merry Christmas YOU ASSHOLES!!"~Actual line from Spirit of Vengeance) Here are some superhero films that never got sequels that are FAR more deserving:

    Daredevil

    Ang Lee's Hulk

    2004 Punisher

    Spawn

  • I never got why people liked this movie. I hated it. Edward Norton is a boring and personality-less Hulk, the character of Abomination is turned from a sympathetic, interesting and scary villain to an underdeveloped, cliche, moustache twirling psycho who I half expect to deliver a sinister evil laugh, Liv Tyler phones her performance in and I honestly think she was just rolling her eyes in between takes waiting for the film to END, the ending is lame and half-assed. I just really hated it...And P.S, William Hurt was boring too. It's just an excuse to watch the Hulk kill things.

  • Considering how much I loved Daredevil, you think I'd love Elektra too right? WROOOOOONGGG!!!! Elektra was my least favorite part of the Daredevil movie, and this film exhibits why. Jennifer Garner still can't play a badass, assassin warrior woman for her life, Typhoid Mary is turned into a personality-less, B&R Poison Ivy wannabe (And when you want to be B&R Poison Ivy, something is horribly wrong) much of the character motivations make no sense. It's a terrible movie, and should never under any circumstances be compared to the 2003 Daredevil.

  • The good news: It's not as bad as it could have been. The bad news: It's still the 10th worst superhero movie on this list. Andrew Garfield is no Tobey Maguire, and is a terrible casting choice for Peter. The biggest part of the Spider-Man origin story, Uncle Ben's death, is pushed aside for Peter and Gwen's cutsey romance. And don't get me wrong, this can be done well: Look at the Ultimate Spider-Man fan films on YouTube from newsupersammyspider. But here, it seems like something from an ABC Family TV Series. The Lizard is laughably bad, portrayed like a complete psycho who looks like a reject villain who escaped the level confines of a Sonic game. The dialogue is pretty bad, even for teenagers (Which most of the time I can forgive A La Attack of the Clones for the fact they ARE teenagers, but I couldn't do so here) the ending is confusing and annoying...It's just no where near the level of the Raimi films.